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    you make twice as much money as me

    This is a line from a TV show. Pls tell me if this usage is correct,acceptable.

    1. You make twice as much money as me

    I'm just confused with "you make twice as much money as I do". Pls help.

    Thank you.

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    Re: you make twice as much money as me

    You make twice as much money as me/I/I do
    You'll see all three used- 'me' is more colloquial, but all are OK.

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